The Externado Society, Government, and Information Technologies Department-Observatory held a forum to analyze different aspects of the new generations, resulting from the Department’s continuous research work.
During the Symposium organized by the Externado Cultural Rights Group: Law, Art, and Culture, professors, members of government entities, and art and peace experts, talked about the monuments to be built from smelted FARC weapons.
The Administrative Law Research Group invites the academic community to the seventh session of its Discussion Seminar, with participation by Professor Ramiro Pazos Guerrero, Judge of the Third Section of the Council of State.
The Externado University Unesco Chair “Human rights and violence: Government and governance, ” invites to the academic and cultural activities scheduled October 2, 3 and 4, 2017.
The seminar poses the question: Is the system of truth, justice, reparation, and non-recurrence, which Colombia intends to develop to contribute to the end of the armed conflict, the appropriate transitional path?
Having a modern and updated registry, integrated with other information systems, and capable of providing legal assurance of the property rights the country needs to move forward on the path towards the construction of peace.
The Law Faculty student team and their coach stood out in the “III Moot Court Competition” organized by the Universidad del Pacífico (Lima, Peru) by obtaining second place in the “Best plaintiff memorial category.”
Within the framework of the III Certification in Global Trade with emphasis on FTA, a talk was held to analyze some of the trade agreements Colombia currently has.
This new session of the Center for Studies is offered by the Externado Financial and Securities Exchange Law Department.
Law 1819 of 2016 introduced structural tax changes for Non-Profit Organizations (NPO), which are now subject to greater requirements and controls by the DIAN.